Once a part of the legendary million-acre Dunlop Station, first in the world to complete a sheep shearing by mechanical means in 1888, Trilby Station is now 320,000 acres, running Merino sheep and an extensive goat enterprise. Trilby Station is situated near the village of Louth, 125km southwest of Bourke, NSW Australia, on the Darling River Run. They are well signposted on the western/northern side of the river. If you get the chance call in and take advantage of their beautiful waterfront camp sites along the Murray River or as I did, the billabong and take advantage of some beautiful outback sunsets.
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